In light of the Novel Coronavirus outbreak, Portland Museum will be closed to the public until April 3rd. At that point, we will assess the situation and update this site. Our staff will continue to be hard at work, but to limit potential exposure, they will be splitting their time between the museum office and working remotely. Therefore, please feel free to contact us, and we will respond as soon as possible.
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2308 Portland Ave
Louisville, KY 40212
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Museum’s Public Hours
- See the statement at the top of this page
- Adults: $7.00
- Seniors: $6.00
- Children & Students: $5.00
- Children under age of 5: Free
- Second Saturdays (free): March’s 2nd Saturday is cancelled in light of the current virus outbreak, and April’s 2nd Saturday is pending
- Discounts: $1 off for AAA, AAM, AARP, NTHP, and service personnel
- Please contact us about special arrangements for group tours
The museum’s public spaces are very accessible, and there is an accessible parking lot on the grounds. A portion of the exhibitions are up a few steps, but there is a wheelchair ramp off of the accessible lot that leads to a back door. Please contact us by phone or email if you have further questions.
From Interstate 64: Take the 22nd Street Exit. Turn right onto Portland Avenue. Portland Museum is located less than two blocks west, on the left side of the street.
From Main Street: Take 21st Street North until it becomes 22nd Street. Continue to intersection with Portland Avenue, turn left. Portland Museum is located one block West, on the left side of the street.
By Bus: Click HERE for TARC’s website.
Free street parking is available (Portland Ave and Lytle St), and there is a parking lot on the south side of Lytle Street (behind the museum). Accessible parking is available on the museum grounds (north side of Lytle Street). Both lots can be reached from Portland Avenue by driving through the museum’s shared-driveway (when the gates are open) or by taking a left at 24th Street from Portland Avenue and then a left at Lytle Street.